How To Be A Manager With Class

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite sections of the book is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool. Class does not rationalize mistakes. Class is good manners.

Why is "World Class" so Classist?

Museum 2.0

They reinforce a fallacy that "world class" institutions are those deemed to be so by a narrow, mostly monolithic group of critics. And worst of all, they might make some "ordinary people" feel inferior about enjoying art in a non-world class setting.

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The Meaning Of Class In A Manager

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite sections of the book, The First-Time Manager , is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool. Class does not rationalize mistakes. Class is good manners. Class means loyalty to one''s staff. Class recognizes the best way to build oneself is to first build others. Class leads by example.

Has Your Nonprofit Considered Race and Class in Your Social Media Strategy?

Nonprofit Tech for Good

At a time when Facebook was primarily used by college-educated individuals from the middle and upper classes, Myspace was open, diverse, creative, and seemingly the epitome of an online grassroots community. Class and race issues play out in social media just as they do in real life.

Arts Organizations Digital Strategies Master Class and Train the Trainers

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I’m teaching a master class today in San Francisco for arts organizations for Theatre Bay Area. My master class here in San Francisco will be video taped and shared in other cities by a local facilitator using a lesson plan that I have developed.

The Definition of Class In A Manager

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The book covers eight core responsibilities of a new manager , including: Hiring Communicating Planning Organizing Training Monitoring Evaluating Firing Expert advice is additionally provided regarding: Using Your New Authority Managing Your Mood Building Trust One of my favorite sections of the book is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool.

Learning in the White Space: 5 Unintended Lessons from a Marketing Class

NTEN

A couple of weeks ago, I stepped into my first marketing class excited to learn and meet some new people in my still-smells-like-new home base in New Jersey. I discovered there were rich lessons in the "white space" of class. It's a class about marketing, right? As class kicked off, the instructor began introducing himself and how he came to be teaching the class. We had already received the message that the class would be "broadcast only".

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How To Be A Manager With Class

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite sections of the book is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool. Class does not rationalize mistakes. Class is good manners.

How To Be A Manager With Class

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite sections of the book is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool. Class does not rationalize mistakes. Class is good manners.

How To Me A Manager With Class

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite sections of the book, The First-Time Manager , is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool. Class does not rationalize mistakes. Class is good manners. Class means loyalty to one''s staff. Class recognizes the best way to build oneself is to first build others. Class leads by example.

Master Class on Creating Startup Tech Social Enterprises

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I''m looking forward to teaching a Master Class at San Francisco''s Presidio Graduate School on September 18th. Current Presidio MBA student and Benetech team member Julie Noblitt wrote a generous blog post about the master class last week. My goal is to give attendees (in addition to Presidio students and alums, this class is also open to the public) an inside look at how Benetech analyzes new tech social enterprises.

What It Means To Be A Manager With Class

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite sections of the book is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool. Class does not rationalize mistakes. Class is good manners.

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: Can You Teach a Watchdog New Tricks?

ASU Lodestar Center

Associate Professor, ASU School of Community Resources & Development This post is about a bad dog and the role that a class of ASU students is playing in its quest for redemption. As one of the graduate students in Mark Hager’s “Theory and Practice of Philanthropy&# class at ASU, I got a pretty good taste of what Charity Navigator is trying to do, and a lot of it makes good sense.

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How To Be A Manager With Class

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite sections of the book is the one about class in a manager : Class is treating people with dignity. Class does not have to be the center of attention. Class does not lose its cool. Class does not rationalize mistakes. Class is good manners. Class means loyalty to one''s staff. Class recognizes the best way to build oneself is to first build others. Class leads by example. Class does not taken action when angry.

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: American Humanics: An Elite Group

ASU Lodestar Center

But I think it fits the graduating class of American Humanics (AH) students, all 18 of them. ASU Home ASU A-Z Index My ASU Colleges & Schools Directory Map About Blog Academics Organizational Assistance Emerging Leaders Professional Development Philanthropy Research News & Events You are here: Home → Blog Pages Blog Home Write for us!

Configuring QuickBooks for Use in a Nonprofit: Using "Customer/Jobs" and "Classes" Utilities

Tech Soup Blog

QuickBooks is a relational database, and as such it offers a few ways to flag (or relate) transactions such as invoices, cash receipts, bills, cash disbursements, and journal entries to Customer/Jobs (funding sources) and Classes (programs). Using the list of programs from your implementation meeting, go to the "lists" option in the QuickBooks database and then click on "Class List." " Add each program as a QuickBooks class.

New from NTEN: Technology Champion Master Classes

NTEN

Well, we heard you and are excited to offer our new master classes to give you the opportunity to do just that. Our master classes are day-long interactive workshops that will help you develop a personalized plan for a project or issue you''re working on that you can take back to your organization. Rather, master classes are meant to be a flipped classroom experience. Master classes are priced just $35 ($65 for non-members).

Juicy Blogging Classes in January (Berkeley + Online)

Have Fun - Do Good

Just wanted to let those of you who are bloggers, or who have blogger pals, know about two classes (in Berkeley and online), that I'll be teaching in January 2012. Join us: [link] Juicy Blogging E-Course: The Art and Play of Blogging A class for artists, writers, creative entrepreneurs and do-gooders January 25-February 15, 2012 Do you want to re-energize your blog and blogging practice, or rediscover the ?

How I'm Celebrating My 53rd Birthday: Cambodia, Chocolate, and Class

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This year I'm indulging in three of my passions: raising money for Cambodian children with social media, teaching a social media nonprofit strategy class, and eating chocolate. The exercise: I'll ask the class to compose a birthday tweet that their network might retweet.

7 Things I learned From #Beth53 Fundraiser and PoST Class

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

That was the reason for the eating chocolate exercise I did in PoST class on Monday. This post harvests what I learned and what I still don't know about the birthday campaign strategy and measurement as well as guest teaching a graduate school class.

Advice for Nonprofits on Hiring the Next Great Fundraiser—Don’t Overlook Older Candidates

Connection Cafe

I received an email the other day from a man who was in a fundraising class I taught a few years ago. That is what led him to my class. I know some fantastic younger fundraisers and I have had many in my classes who I’d gladly hire. I remember well his enthusiasm for fundraising as he planned to transition from a career in the aerospace industry to the nonprofit arena. He was already an active volunteer and was passionate about helping nonprofit organizations raise funds.

Breaking: Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Convio | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) Blackbaud , Convio , Startups , eCRM , salesforce.com Breaking: Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Convio 04.25.08 | 3399 10 Comments [link] Breaking%3A+Class+Action+Lawsuit+Filed+Against+Convio 2008-04-25+17%3A48%3A06 Allan+Benamer A quick search on “Convio lawsuit&# in Google turns up: [link] [dockets_justia_com] The lawsuit was filed on April 22, 2008 and the plaintiff is Scott D.H.

Put Your Marketing Gloves on and Bring on Member Engagement

SocialFish

Hey Vivian, just wanted to check in on you as we haven’t seen you in class lately. Let us know if there’s anything we can do to get you back in class, on the path to crushing your goals.”. Just seven days had passed since my last class and I was already on their radar screen.

3 Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Ideas for Higher Ed Institutions

Connection Cafe

Many Universities/Schools use class agents or alumni with strong social media influence to help seed these campaigns and serve as advocates for the fundraising initiative.

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Blogging and Liability Class with Lauren Gelman at State of Play Academy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Lauren Gelman will be teaching a class called " Bloggers and Liability " and it will cover statutory and First Amendment protections for bloggers, recent cases that might affect them, and things you may need to worry about on a citizen journalism blog community site.

NYU Guest Lecture: Data for Strategy Building and Storytelling

Amy Sample Ward

Last week I had the huge honor of guest lecturing in Laurel Hart’s class for the masters course in Corporate and Organizational Communications at NYU’s school of continuing studies.

Ask Britt: Using Twitter to Answer, "What Tools Can I Use to Teach Classes Online?"

Have Fun - Do Good

This week 's question comes from a writing teacher, and client, who wants to know: "What Tools Can I Use to Teach Classes Online?" I actually didn't know, so I asked my Twitter network. Twitter is a micro-blogging and social networking tool.

Designing for Good: Nonprofit Design Inspirations Episode #1

Connection Cafe

Mobile prototype student project by Andrew Spencer for Cedarville University (class). I’m passionate about nonprofits and designing for nonprofits in equal measures. I seize every opportunity to celebrate both.

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How to Create Nonprofit VIPs with Social Media

Connection Cafe

You can be a member of any “class” you can think of – business class, bronze class, gold class, platinum class, first class, tungsten class, plutonium class, chemistry class. Whatever class you want to be, you CAN be.

Celebrate #GivingTuesday by Teaching About Giving

Connection Cafe

Each lesson includes: A set duration (how many class periods and how much time for each class). I love #GivingTuesday. I know, I’ve said that before…and you’ve caught me in the act again. Guilty.

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A Challenging Economy = More Donations

NetWits

If we throw-back to our Physics class, make some substitutions, and show our work, we might come up with something like this Nonprofits have a unique advantage in a bad economy: People VOLUNTEER their time to help these organizations further their cause. No other area of business has that unique strength, and that is the focal point of creative fundraising. There is another old adage that we might want to consider: “Time is Money” – so do Volunteers = Donations?

Two interesting ways to architect Apex triggers

gokubi.com

Both methods have one main benefit–they push all your logic to your classes, and allow the trigger to do just one job–invoke code on data change. As you can see from the trigger, all that we’re doing is invoking the correct class based on the starting criteria–are we an insert or an update, and are we before or after? We’ve got a separate class for each of the four cases.

Community Managers in Scientific Communities

SocialFish

I was privileged to teach a module about Aligning Community Management and Workplace Culture to the new class of Community Engagement Fellows at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

Configuring QuickBooks for Use in a Nonprofit: Using "Customer/Jobs" and "Classes" Utilities

Tech Soup Blog

This blog will cover step 3 (using the "Customer/Jobs" utility) and step 4 (using the "Classes" utility). QuickBooks is a relational database, and as such it offers a few ways to flag (or relate) transactions such as invoices, cash receipts, bills, cash disbursements, and journal entries to Customer/Jobs (funding sources) and Classes (programs). This is the third blog of my series on configuring QuickBooks for use in a nonprofit organization.

Maximizing Your Membership Program: Tips from the Experts

Connection Cafe

So instead of having a flyer about yoga classes that were 10% off for members (which would be mostly ignored or tossed) they had a yoga studio come onsite during member hours and offer a class for adults and a class for their children.

How To Facilitate Leadership Development In Your Nonprofit As Part of Doing the Work

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

People are so busy doing the work that they don’t have time to go off-site to take a class or sign up for an online course. Register now! One of the biggest challenges that many nonprofits face is the finding time and resources for professional development activities.

The Difference Between A Mission And A Vision

Eric Jacobsen Blog

It helps define areas where the organization needs to be best in class and helps keep everyone aware of the essence of the company. Here's a good definition of the difference between a mission and a vision by leadership book authors George Bradt, Jayme A.

Fall Facebook Bootcamp Training Course Starts Next Week

John Haydon

The fall session starts next Tuesday and centers around 4 live classes: How to Attract More Quality Facebook Fans How to Give Your Fans What They Really Want […].

Get a Flexible Desktop Solution with the Dell OptiPlex 790

Tech Soup Blog

It enables business-class control that helps ensure your IT department saves time and money. We've just added the Dell OptiPlex 790 desktop computer to our Refurbished Computer Initiative (RCI) thanks to refurbisher partner InterConnection. Dell OptiPlex 790.

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Security and Control: Early thoughts on Google+

Amy Sample Ward

For example, because it was already limited to your school, the course lists were populated each semester into the platform – this let you select which classes you were in and then see the other students in your class, even if you weren’t friends directly.

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